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Daughters of Anarchy: Season 1

(Daughters of Anarchy #1)

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  52 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Stevie doesn't smoke, drink, or cuss. She always says "please" and never takes a seat on the train if someone else is standing. But in secret, Stevie exploits her powerful job and genetics expertise to strip her corrupt City of the sociopaths who destroy it. And she's never been caught.

In Season 1 of Daughters of Anarchy, Stevie's beleaguered world struggles to rebuild i
Kindle Edition, 230 pages
Published May 10th 2016 by 5280 Press
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May 31, 2017 rated it liked it
"No one wore black in Krocus."
I have had to think long and hard about this review, especially since so many others seem to love it. It's not that I dislike it, especially, I have read fat worse, but it was frustratingly disappointing and the lead character, Stevie, unbelievably irritating. Written from her point of view, the naïve, childish writing of the book could either be the author's poor style or a very clever representation of an unsophisticated young girl's thinking. Stevie herself is a
Fiona Titchenell
Aug 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
The Basics:

In the not too distant future, government surveillance is everywhere, from offices to streets to homes. Citizens hardly notice the intrusion anymore, yet crime remains rampant and often unpunished, especially among the irreproachable elite. Men are now the significant minority but no less the powerbrokers of the population, basking in an abundance of women desperate enough to rewrite their DNA for a chance at scoring a provider husband — a small chance, but not as small as breaking th
Cecelia Isaac
Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Full review on the F-BOM blog:

"Hartman aptly calls Daughters of Anarchy Season 1 of the series. Each chapter is an episode with its own self-contained story, and Hartman effortlessly blends everything together in a way that grips you and pulls you along to the end. Stevie is as much a mystery to the reader as she is to her fellow characters, at least at first. Of course, as readers we have the privilege of seeing behind the curtain and gradually understan
Kathy B
Jul 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
One fine book

This book started slow but was very captivating.
Two huge word have destroyed the fabric of bio, psy, social cities. What is left is society run by optical data driven corporations. The futuristic setting is really captivating.
Looking into reading the trilogy. Seeing how Seth, Stevie, and Daughters of Anarchy continue their fight to tighten the wrongs in this brave new world
Donald E Rockwell III
Jun 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
Social commentary with science fiction

Dark but we'll written. Strong female character who has elected to administer justice herself. An era, a city, it's neighborhoods all well described and ringing true. But, I couldn't give it my highest rating. I think it was the underlying plot that I wanted more of, more reason to like the character. Maybe it will come with more involvement with Seth, the one central male character who is sympathetic.
Robert J. Dennis
Jan 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Interesting & suspenceful

Overall I liked the book but found it a little confusing. At times I wasn't sure what was happening & why. Still I give it 4 stars and recommend it. I will want to get into the next book & see if things start to come together for me. Generally if the story doesn't hold my interest I wouldn't bother with the rest of the series.
May 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Sci-fi blended with political intrigue! Totally caught my interest! The main character, Stevie, had me flip flopping as to whether or not she was sane or a sociopath. The storyline is beautifully set up to take you down Stevie's path into possible danger, discovery, enlightenment or combinations of all. Loved every page flipping moment! Very happy with reading this authors work!
Feb 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An interesting read but took me a while to get into the meat of the story. Some scenes are real life . The plot could happen today. An interesting and surprising ending. Well worth the time to read.
Michelle A. Nash
May 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
Daughters of Anarchy

A good read for fans of vigilante style stories, good versus evil and sci-fi. Enjoy Fern Michaels Sisterhood Series? Read this one, too.
May 31, 2017 rated it did not like it
So, this is a DNF for me. Rare as I usually push through. But this book was so much "why do I care" I couldn't do it. Couldn't figure out the point of the story, characters didn't grab me
Laura Ruetz
Aug 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I am a huge fan of the author's Korvali trilogy which blended science, politics and science fiction into a engaging trilogy.

She clearly has another series in the making with Daughters of Anarchy Season 1 because the minute I finished it, I wanted more. Stevie is a strong and complex character, and you can really connect well with her. The themes in the book are relevant to today and worked seamlessly into the story. In a city of corruption, can a vigilante really be a bad thing? Stevie doesn't t
Catherine Spader
Dec 29, 2016 rated it really liked it
Stevie refuses to play the game many women play in a post-war society with a shortage of men. She is too busy with her own agenda--ridding a dystopian world of those who prey on desperate women and profit from the rampant corruption and tattered economy. Is she a cold-hearted killer or a passionate seeker of justice? Is she driven by the thrill of the hunt or her own sense of self-righteousness? They are questions I pondered throughout the fast-paced book, which allows readers to make their own ...more
Jun 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2016
Another great read!
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